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hi....can anyone help me..how to read XML documents using different parsers.
 
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The Java API for parsing XML is called JAXP, and it abstracts away the actual parser, so the code for parsing XML using Xerces is identical to the code for parsing using Crimson (to name just two available parsers). You just set a system property to select a different parser. A starting point for further reading might be this introduction to JAXP.
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Moving to our XML forum...
 
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